The Nigerian international opened his account for the season in the Dutch top-flight, but it was not enough to give the Reds the victory
Tyronne Ebuehi scored his first goal of the season as Twente threw away a two-goal lead in their Eredivisie clash against Feyenoord at the De Grolsch Veste.
The Nigerian international has been one of Twente’s impressive performers this season having joined the club on a loan deal from Benfica.
Ebuehi was making his 22nd league appearance on Sunday afternoon, and he marked it by doubling Twente’s lead.
Danilo had given the home side the lead in the 13th minute before Ebuehi’s strike a minute later put Ron Jans men in firm control.
Jens Toornstra pulled one back for Feyenoord in the 24th minute, but Twente went into half-time with the advantage.
The home side had numerous chances to extend their lead following the restart but were wasteful in front of goal with Luciano Narsingh guilty of missing two one one ones.
They would rue those misses as Feyenoord drew level in the 67th minute courtesy of a penalty from Steven Berghuis.
Both teams had the chance to win it late on, but neither could take advantage, and they had to share the points.